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UK condemns military coup in Sudan as ‘betrayal’ of the country’s people

UK condemns military coup in Sudan as ‘betrayal’ of the country’s people

UK condemns military coup in Sudan as ‘betrayal’ of the country’s people

25 October 2021

Foreign Office minister Vicky Ford said the UK has been a firm supporter of the democratic transition in Sudan since the 2019 revolution.


Latest Covid-19 case rates for UK local authority areas

Latest Covid-19 case rates for UK local authority areas

Latest Covid-19 case rates for UK local authority areas

25 October 2021

Just over two-thirds of areas are currently recording a week-on-week rise in rates.


PM must act now to avoid Christmas crisis, warn haulage bosses

PM must act now to avoid Christmas crisis, warn haulage bosses

PM must act now to avoid Christmas crisis, warn haulage bosses

25 October 2021

The HGV sector has said that it faces a shortage of 100,000 drivers, which has already contributed to supply chain disruption.


Johnson tells Putin ‘significant’ difficulties remain in UK-Russia relationship

Johnson tells Putin ‘significant’ difficulties remain in UK-Russia relationship

Johnson tells Putin ‘significant’ difficulties remain in UK-Russia relationship

25 October 2021

Issues including the Salisbury nerve agent attack and Russia’s actions in Ukraine were discussed.


‘I know where you live’: GP surgery receptionists face extreme abuse

‘I know where you live’: GP surgery receptionists face extreme abuse

‘I know where you live’: GP surgery receptionists face extreme abuse

25 October 2021

Swansea Bay University health board has issued a plea for people to respect its staff.


Investigation launched after reports woman was injected

Investigation launched after reports woman was injected

Investigation launched after reports woman was injected

25 October 2021

The reports came amid a rise in reports of drink spiking and claims people have been drugged by injection.


Residents of unsafe cladding flats facing bills topping £100,000, ministers hear

Residents of unsafe cladding flats facing bills topping £100,000, ministers hear

Residents of unsafe cladding flats facing bills topping £100,000, ministers hear

25 October 2021

Labour former minister Hilary Benn told the Commons he had heard from a constituent facing a bill of £103,000 to fix cladding on their home.


UN warns countries’ carbon-cutting plans put world on course for 2.7C rises

UN warns countries’ carbon-cutting plans put world on course for 2.7C rises

UN warns countries’ carbon-cutting plans put world on course for 2.7C rises

25 October 2021

The UN climate chief has urged countries to redouble their efforts to avoid a climate crisis.


Terror accused tells court of visiting far-right websites

Terror accused tells court of visiting far-right websites

Terror accused tells court of visiting far-right websites

25 October 2021

Sam Imrie is on trial at the High Court in Edinburgh.


Resignations should follow after pre-Budget briefings, Speaker suggests

Resignations should follow after pre-Budget briefings, Speaker suggests

Resignations should follow after pre-Budget briefings, Speaker suggests

25 October 2021

Sir Lindsay Hoyle has repeatedly expressed his frustration at Boris Johnson’s administration for not giving details to MPs in the Commons first.


Whistleblower: Bullying follows children home from school thanks to Instagram

Whistleblower: Bullying follows children home from school thanks to Instagram

Whistleblower: Bullying follows children home from school thanks to Instagram

25 October 2021

Facebook’s own research suggested Instagram is dangerous for young people, MPs and peers heard.


Ransomware attacks have doubled in past year, GCHQ director warns

Ransomware attacks have doubled in past year, GCHQ director warns

Ransomware attacks have doubled in past year, GCHQ director warns

25 October 2021

Jeremy Fleming has also spoken about increasing ransomware attacks and the threat of China in the cyber realm.


Teenager denies involvement in death of schoolboy who was shot and stabbed

Teenager denies involvement in death of schoolboy who was shot and stabbed

Teenager denies involvement in death of schoolboy who was shot and stabbed

25 October 2021

Keon Lincoln died in hospital after a gun and knife attack lasting 30 seconds, a murder trial jury heard.


Facebook whistleblower says social network makes hate ‘unquestionably worse’

Facebook whistleblower says social network makes hate ‘unquestionably worse’

Facebook whistleblower says social network makes hate ‘unquestionably worse’

25 October 2021

Frances Haugen told MPs there was a ‘weak spot’ within the tech giant on who you could turn to for escalating concerns.


Charles and Camilla set for biggest overseas trip since pandemic started

Charles and Camilla set for biggest overseas trip since pandemic started

Charles and Camilla set for biggest overseas trip since pandemic started

25 October 2021

The Prince of Wales and the Duchess of Cornwall will travel to Jordan and Egypt from November 16 to 19.


More than six million Covid-19 booster doses delivered in UK

More than six million Covid-19 booster doses delivered in UK

More than six million Covid-19 booster doses delivered in UK

25 October 2021

At least one in eight eligible people have now had the extra jab.


Stab victim was last violent towards partner more than 20 years ago, court hears

Stab victim was last violent towards partner more than 20 years ago, court hears

Stab victim was last violent towards partner more than 20 years ago, court hears

25 October 2021

Penelope Jackson claims she knifed husband David, 78, after years of coercion and physical abuse.


Barry Bennell was integral to Manchester City youth set-up, damages trial told

Barry Bennell was integral to Manchester City youth set-up, damages trial told

Barry Bennell was integral to Manchester City youth set-up, damages trial told

25 October 2021

Eight men in their 40s and 50s have made High Court damages claims against Manchester City.


Two people granted bail in murder investigation after death of baby boy in 2017

Two people granted bail in murder investigation after death of baby boy in 2017

Two people granted bail in murder investigation after death of baby boy in 2017

25 October 2021

Four-week-old Ollie Davis was found unresponsive in his cot in autumn 2017.


Calls for Grenfell Inquiry panel to write to Patel over fire safety guidance

Calls for Grenfell Inquiry panel to write to Patel over fire safety guidance

Calls for Grenfell Inquiry panel to write to Patel over fire safety guidance

25 October 2021

The fire safety guidance was written by experts and published in 2011.


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